The 2016 election has brought change in Washington D.C. as dramatic as any time in memory. A major change in the White House and executive agencies, paired by compatible majorities in both houses of Congress. What does it mean for land trusts and our agenda? Who are the key new appointees, and in what direction will they take federal policies on conservation, the environment and charitable giving? Do land conservationists now work differently with Capitol Hill than before? Learn about the new political lay of the land in the nation's capital. Hear from Land Trust Alliance specialists and from land trust leaders working closely with their members of Congress.
Together we will advance change and increase impact for land conservation.